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Modern Home with Stone Walls
specific is the dual sided fireplace clad in Eldorado Stone’s Black River Stacked Stone. Adding stone to the fireplace automatically creates a dramatic focal
Builder: Capital Builders Website: ... Eldorado Stone Profile Featured: Black River Stacked Stone installed with a Dry-Stack grout technique
g colors, as well as incorporating a variety of textures. By weaving in stone as architectural accents throughout the the home, the interior and the exterior
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Jim Kuiken Design
welcoming. Could you tell me the colour stain used on the cedar? Was the stone laid on a 10x10 box as well? Just trying o gauge thickness. I'd like to use
Hello Robin-the stones did come on a sheet however the stones were removed from the sheet and each stone was then installed. Thanks for
than red or yellow. A walnut stain generally will follow this idea. The stone was applied to a 15" framed box. Thank you for the inquiry.
inset pebble "stream" adds interest.....mix of stone, tile, pebble
Don't like the stone inlay but like the porcelain
The stone work in the entry steps looks like a river.
love the columns and the rivers stone
Felhandler/ Steeneken Architects
Rustic Family Room
Is the stone on this fireplace real or is it Faux Stone?
quarries in Indiana cut the blocks of stone they plan to use for veneer stone.
This was probably purchased from the stone company, the edge detail looks as
The field stone on the fireplace is local to the area but not from this particular property
Limestone slab with a rock face edge on it. You can custom order one from a big stone yard as it's a fairly standard material. I think that the thickness is 4"
though it is their hearthstone or cap detail. If you are using cultured stone, the company you are purchasing from probably sells this as an option. It
Tapered stone fireplace using river rock
I think the area we'll be stoning is too small to use
Hart Wright Architects, AIA
Mid Century Modern Eichler-esque Remodel Patio
Nice size river stone.
river rocks, water feature?...Walk plus stone...Stone fountain...river rock bed...stone and slabs...River rock...Mexican river rock for interest......like blue stones
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
I am curious as to how you built the stone wall or how to build one?
Now this garden looks like something out of a Jane Austen novel. The high stone walls allows for privacy and keeps out garden pests. The bridge and rockscape
Now this garden looks like something out of a Jane Austen novel. The high stone walls allow for privacy and keep out garden pests. The bridge and rockscape
dry river bed- park idea; inviting aura...bridge, plants, stones, rock wall, flat
The McKernon Group
Vintage Timber Frame Barn Addition
native river rock for the chimney and fireplace and local granite for the foundation. The stone walls on the grounds were all made from stones found on
Charcoal roof & stone around the base.
Like the stone wall....Stone wall...river stone...stone wall
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
the name of the stone used in the fireplace?
could you tell me what stone you used as the hearthstone?
- I love the stone and was wondering from what company was it purchased? Thank you so much....what a lovely house!
I like fieldstone, too - not native here, but has a flatter look than river rock and gives nice color variations
looks very modern and tasteful. The river rocks is a curious touch of creativity! (For anyone interested, we supply river rocks tile !)
form walls, and is used here as an architectural finish. Completed with river rocks in a trough at the bottom of the wall and up lighting to highlight
These are Whiskey River polished pebbles in black. You can get them through our supplier ... The
Put river stone in planter with plants...love the concrete and the river rocks